- Nigerian actress Susan Peters has called out the Lagos state government after her car was seized
- The actress claimed that a government staff is victimising her by misusing Governor Jide Sanwo-Olu's name
- Peters explained that her car was seized a month ago and she was asked to pay a fine
- However, when she tried to pay the fine, one Leke Smith said her car has been taken to the governor's office
Popular Nigerian actress Susan Peters has called out the Lagos state government after her car was seized. The actress in a video released on her Instagram page said she would cause chaos if her car is not returned.
According to Peters, her driver had violated a traffic law on October 30, he was arrested and her car was seized.
The actress noted that since she was part of the current Lagos state governor's campaign, she called some people she knew in other to get the case sorted quickly. However, her attempts failed.
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Peters said her car was seized with seven other cars and when she got to the task office to retrieve her car she was told to pay a fine.
In an attempt to pay the fine, she realised that her car was the only vehicle that was taken to the government house out of the seven that were seized.
According to her, Chief Security Officer, Leke Smith, who is in charge of the case, was the one who claimed that her car had been returned to the government office. The actress said Smith is misusing the governor's name.
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Peters said Smith is victimising her by misusing Governor Jide Sanwo-Olu's name. She said he claimed that the car was seized by the governor.
The actress said she would go to the front of the government house unclad to protest and cause chaos.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde recently came under fire after posting a tweet addressed at the current presidency. In her post, the screen diva called on the government under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to address the seemingly hellish situations happening in the country.
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